1. Miley high. Wade Miley has been one of the Orioles' two best starters this year, and like Kevin Gausman on Monday, is coming off an outing that was severely shortened for factors beyond his control. Miley might've been the first pitcher in baseball history to be hit by comebackers in back-to-back at-bats. That forced him out after just two outs in the first inning Friday. One of those line drives hit his left arm, but here he is five days later, set to pitch. It will be worth watching whether he's physically OK, and whether he can keep this up -- he has yet to allow more than three runs in a game and has struck out 38 in 31 2/3 innings.